Rick and Morty (2013– )
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Meeseeks and Destroy 

Rick provides the family with a solution to their problems, freeing him up to go on an adventure led by Morty.

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
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Rick / Morty / Meeseeks (voice)
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Jerry (voice)
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Summer (voice)
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Beth (voice)
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Giant / Restaurant Owner (voice)
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Principal Vagina / Mr. Booby Buyer (voice)
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Bad Cop / Mr. Jellybean (voice)
Vatche Panos ...
Slippery Stair (voice)
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Peasant #1 / Good Cop / Giant Judge (voice)
Ryan Ridley ...
Giant Lawyer / Peasant #2 (voice)
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Giant Woman (voice)
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Samantha / Hostage Woman (voice)
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Rick provides the family with a solution to their problems, freeing him up to go on an adventure led by Morty.

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Release Date:

20 January 2014 (USA)  »

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Trivia

King Jelly Bean, the rapist that attempts to force himself upon Morty in the bathroom, is voiced by Tom Kenny. Tom Kenny is also the voice of SpongeBob SquarePants. See more »

Quotes

Rick: Oh, great adventure, buddy. Rick and Morty go to a giant prison. You know if someone drops the soap it's going to land on our heads and crush our spines, Morty. You know, it'll be really easy to rape us after that.
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Connections

References The Arsenio Hall Show (1989) See more »

Soundtracks

Sweet Home Alabama
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Written by Edward King, Gary Rossington, and Ronnie Van Zant
Performed by Justin Roiland
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Meeseek and meefound a good message.
1 July 2014 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I write this in response to another review on this episode. Although I understand where they are coming from in regards to King Jellybean trying to rape Morty, I disagree with it being a bad thing. I found the comedy in it (is that bad?), but I also saw how it resulted in character growth. Morty learned a valuable lesson about life- there are some f**ked up people (and jellybeans) in the world. But the most striking part for me was Rick's subtle change. Rick was an actual grandfather for once, and the two connected after that experience. That's what is so amazing about this show. After the gross and wrong things that happen, there are very human and real moments that are there for us to connect with.

This episode was brilliant, like every other one. The Meeseeks are obnoxiously hilarious, and they'll make you want to watch the episode again and again.


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